Fred Olsen Introduces Its Longest Cruise Ever

By ,   August 3, 2018 ,   Cruise Industry

A 168-night voyage is set to be the longest itinerary in the history of Fred Olsen Cruise Lines.

The Grand Voyage aboard mv Boudicca departing in October 2019, takes in some of the most spectacular cities and islands in the world.

The sailing is part of line’s 2018-2019 "Venture to the four corners of the world" brochure, also including a 107-night "Around the World with Sydney at New Year" trip in November 2018.

Fred Olsen cruise ship

The 168-night sailing aboard Boudicca departs on October 3, 2019, with prices starting from GBP 14,999 per person.

Highlights include Indonesia, the islands of Andaman, the Indian Ocean, Seychelles, Madagascar, Australia.

In South Africa, there are safari adventures during visits to Richards Bay and Port Elizabeth, as well as opportunities to see the Boulders Beach penguins on tour out of Cape Town.

The 107-night Sydney at New Year voyage departs Southampton UK on November 12 onboard Black Watch, with prices starting from GBP 9,849 pp.

There are call ports in the Americas, including islands in the Caribbean, Colombia’s UNESCO-listed walled city Cartagena de Indias, Panama Canal journey, and an extended stay in Sydney, Australia for New Year celebrations.

On the Asian leg of the trip, passengers can experience the contrast between Komodo Island, Indonesia and Singapore. There is also an overnight in Mumbai and visits to Arabia.